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Re: [libredwg] [bug #28858] Segfaults on DWG file

From: Wookey
Subject: Re: [libredwg] [bug #28858] Segfaults on DWG file
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 15:27:30 +0000
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

+++ Felipe Sanches [2010-02-11 09:22 -0200]:
>     > actually I have another patch here that tries to solve this, but I am
>     facing
>     > some strange issues here. It SegFaults in a hard to predict pattern.
>     Sometimes
>     > it SegFaults, sometimes it dont.
>     >
>     > I have even got the tool to run once without segfaulting, which 
> generated
>     > a valid svg file here. But the file is not a good conversion of your 
> dwg.
>     > It seems that our SVG generator is still very poor.
>     >
>     > here it is:
>     >

> I have just updated the file on server. Download again, please.

OK. I can open that file in inkscape but I can't see any actual
content apart from a compass rose in the top LH corner. It appears to
have huge dimensions such that inkscape can't shrink it to one page,
so maybe there is a useful image somewhere on the huge canvas and I
just can't find it? (I am not at all expert in inkscape and may be
doing it wrong. I failed to find any tools to analyse an SVG for max
dimensions, number of entities etc, which might have been useful.)

It that what you found?

So the current state is that libreDWG can now read this doc, possibly
correctly, but we don't have a good way of telling?

Are you aware of any work to use libreDWG within applications (such as
QCAD?). Looks like some better code to actually _use_ libreDWG is
needed about now?

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